Noor Sweid and Basil Moftah new Global Ventures’ vehicle spotlights healthcare

Noor Sweid and Basil Moftah new Global Ventures’ vehicle spotlights healthcare

Galvanised by the excellent performance of healthcare technology companies, the two venture capitalist bosses have decided to set up a dedicated fund.

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            ▪ Noor Sweid and Basil Moftah new Global Ventures’ vehicle spotlights healthcare

▪ Galvanised by the excellent performance of healthcare technology companies, the two venture capitalist bosses have decided to set up a dedicated fund.

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02/07/2021 at 14h53, by Jeune Afrique Business+

The Global Ventures II LP fund will target companies in the healthtech universe, which has been booming recently. This is especially true since the COVID-19 crisis has increased the appeal of this sector tenfold, with large amounts of public and private funds being channelled into it.

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